Brigitte Swainson

Introduction to Brigitte Swainson

France is my country of origin.  30 years ago I fell in love with Scotland while roaming the hills, glens and lochs with my young family and have never left since.

I lived in Linlithgow where Mary Queen of Scot was born. Her life, like Scottish history,  is intrinsically linked to France. I love to tell the story of Scotland when European interests and religion fashioned the destiny of the country and its queens and kings. The French legacy can be found everywhere; in architecture, art and even the Scots language.

I have always loved communicating my enthusiasm for Scotland and its culture. I take great pleasure in sharing the delights of my country of adoption.

Laissez-moi vous raconter l’Écosse! Mon professionnalisme et enjouement vous feront passer des moments inoubliables.

SPECIALIST TOURS

Mary Queen of Scots and Marie de Guise/ Art/Religion: cathedrals, abbeys, sacred islands/ History/ links with France/ Whisky/Scottish cuisine/gardens

TOP TIP FOR VISITORS

The weather changes very quickly. Make sure you are dressed like an onion – with lots of layers which you can peel off. Come prepared for the wind and rain but also for the heat!

IF YOU ONLY DO ONE THING IN SCOTLAND

Do a tour of Edinburgh – a combined walking tour of the Old and the New town will give you a perspective on Scotland past and present and an appreciation of this gorgeous Unesco Site.

I want to make your stay in Scotland really special!

Contact Brigitte

Telephone: 44(0)7740643484

Client Feedback

“Brigitte est un super guide. De la classe, de l’humour, et beaucoup de culture qu’elle sait partager simplement. Bravo!”
– Pascal P (Strasbourg)

“Brigitte est une conteuse hors pair, elle connait trés bien l’histoire de l’Ecosse et nous a permis de découvrir un fabuleux pays. Elle a su nous mettre a l’aise, et ses histoires nous faisaient voyager a travers le temps. Merci beaucoup”
– Claire (France)

“J’ai énormément apprécié ce voyage en Ecosse grâce à vous car vous avez su nous faire découvrir les coutumes, les traditions l’Histoire de ce pays fabuleux!”
– Monique C (Chantilly)